Environmental Policy News in the EU
WWF presses Total for protection of World Heritage Sites
WWF is calling for assurances from Total that it will keep out of DRC’s Virunga National Park and ...
Regional Funding Negotiations – Green Groups Warn Against Last Minute Reintroduction of Fossil Fuel Subsidies
BirdLife Europe, CEE Bankwatch Network, Friends of the Earth Europe, WWF (Thursday, May 16, ...
Member states finally agree on fisheries deal but fail to bridge gap with ambitious Parliament
After pulling yet another all-nighter, Fisheries Ministers finalised their negotiating mandate with ...
Ending overfishing may take more than 100 years says WWF analysis of EU proposals for fish stock recovery
New scientific analysis from environmental organisation WWF reveals recovery of European fish ...
Civil society, citizens, children, fishermen and politicians urge Fisheries Ministers to “get on board and end overfishing!”
13 May 2013 - Brussels, Belgium: this morning civil society, citizens, children, fishermen ...
Fisheries Council: threat of collapse hangs over fisheries reform
Fisheries ministers will meet in Brussels next Monday and Tuesday to revise their position on the ...
EU Commission’s Eureka Moment – Natural Environment has a Multibillion Euro Benefit
(Brussels, 6 May 2013) The WWF European Policy Office (EPO) gave a cautious welcome to today’s ...
Climate Change milestone demands shift to renewable energy
The need to shift to sustainable and clean energy sources will be reinforced when the levels ...
WWF's Earth Hour City Challenge takes flight as cities aim to create climate friendly lifestyles for urban dwellers
WWF urges UNFCCC delegates in Bonn to recognize and gain inspiration from the key role cities are ...
Letter from Tony Long, director, WWF European Policy Office to all 27 EU Fisheries Permanent Representations